This image of the zeolite Y catalyst lattice structure model can be seen in stereo by crossing your eyes so that you see a 3rd image in the middle that appears to have depth.
This structure can be difficult to build and is not recommended for beginners. All of static images we found on line do not give an accurate perspective of the structure. We will be adding more images that should address this.
|68186-20||Wobbly bond, 20mm, each||4|
|68186-30||Wobbly bond, 30mm, each||430|
|68216C||Atom, Orbit, H "a", white, 1 prong||4|
|68244C||Atom, Orbit, C "k", tetrahedral, black||200|
|68250C||Atom, Orbit "k", halogen, tetrahedral, green||40|
Visually, this molecular structure of Zeolite Y is beautiful! It received a lot of attention from everyone who passed by it! For the assembly, there is no instruction that comes with the kit and the picture online is the only guide. However, the structure can be made by making 10 sodalite cages and connecting them with bonds via the hexagonal faces (it is helpful to look at the picture while connecting them). Wearing gloves can help provide a better grip while connecting the bonds to the atoms. Overall a good product!
Thanks for the feedback. Trying to describe the assembly was next to impossible so we'll get a picture done of the sodalite cage & add that shortly. Here's a bit more on this model also used for teaching: Zeolite Catalyst Molecular Models Teach Oil Cracking